Primary Care News Round-Up 15th March 2024

A round-up of the news headlines this week relating to primary care and GP practices in the UK

NHS to roll out AI software to tackle missed appointments

Healthcare Leader


‘No room for the Indians?’: TPP chairman Frank Hester suggested staff climb on train roof

The Guardian

GP practices help to fight period poverty

Management in Practice


‘No Wrong Doors for Young Carers’: statutory duties relating to young carers and young adult carers

NHS England

Man knocked GP and staff unconscious with metal pole, trial hears



Trusted GP surgery manager stole £320,000 from business as workers feared for jobs



Government delivers further expansion of health services to former armed forces personnel


NHS boss apologises for bungled GP appointment change rollout

Brent & Kilburn Times

Health Minister officially opened a newly renovated GP practice in Co Antrim after a £600,000 investment from the Department of Health

News Letter

NHS won’t survive without properly functioning general practice, medics warn

The Standard

Call out for examples of good practice in patients with COPD (Survey)

NHS England

GP surgeries facing staffing cost pressures, potential reduction in appointment availability

The Forester

Health board issues warning ahead of GP surgeries closure

Glasgow Times

GP surgery labelled 'unacceptable' as inspectors step in to protect patients

Coventry Live

Gloucestershire GP appointment numbers may fall


GP practices face up to £300,000 clawback after admin blunder

GP Online

NHS app needs to empower patients not monitor them, says health leader

Healthcare Leader

Rising costs. hidden risks: the unseen epidemic of wound care

Public Policy Projects

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